Combining the benefits of homeschooling and the individualized experience of private school. Because homeschooling doesn't have to be done alone.
Students receive personalized instruction based on their strengths, instructional gaps, and interests in a multi-age one-room schoolhouse environment. Students engage with the teacher through whole group, small group, and 1:1 lessons.
Structured literacy is language and phonics-based, diagnostic, prescriptive, systematic, cumulative, explicit, and highly structured, with multi-sensory elements.
Structured literacy is the ONLY way that works for ALL learners according to intensive research studies over the past 50 years.
Concrete Representational Abstract (CRA) is a three-step, sequential, and multisensory instructional approach that has been found to be highly effective in teaching math concepts. Students move from working with concrete materials (virtual or physical manipulatives) to creating representational drawings to last, using abstract symbols like numbers.
Cross-curricular instruction is an instructional strategy that offers lessons that incorporate more than one disciplinary area. It also provides hands-on experience through project-based learning, making education engaging and meaningful. Cross-curricular instruction is an excellent way to teach social studies, science, and the arts while reinforcing literacy and mathematic skills. Through this approach, students develop a deeper understanding of the world around them.
Play-based learning is learning through "teacher-guided play." This provides opportunities for children to actively and imaginatively engage with people, objects, and the environment. When playing, children may be organizing, manipulating, investigating, and making sense of their worlds. This type of learning promotes the holistic development of a child and can support a broad range of literacy and numeracy skills.
Social Emotion Learning
Social and emotional learning (SEL) is essential for building a positive self-image, managing emotions, achieving goals, nurturing relationships, and making wise decisions. Strong SEL skills lead to success in school, work, and life, allowing individuals to handle challenges and thrive in all areas. We avoid discussing sensitive topics that intersect with religious and political beliefs.
Technology integration refers to the use of technology to enhance the student learning experience. Utilizing different types of technology in the classroom creates learners who are actively engaged with learning objectives. More and more studies show that technology integration in the curriculum improves students' learning processes and outcomes.
Homeschool Hybrid is for you if:
You value family time and want more.
You believe the traditional school day is too long for your child.
The idea of homeschooling alone is daunting or has become too stressful.
You want time to yourself to run errands or work part-time.
Your child has a learning disability or is academically struggling with literacy or mathematics and you are unsure how to help.
You want to introduce more structure into your child's homeschool experience.
You like the idea of a private school that individualizes instruction but can't afford the tuition.
You want to give your child more consistent socialization with peers so lasting friendships can be made.
You want more involvement in your child's education than a traditional school can give.